Once you have registered a team, you choose the scope of your Challenge - over the whole Route 120 from York to Albany or over a portion suitable for one trip or for several weekends or day trips.
Select a start town and an end town. Your trip must be spread over at least three towns.
Note: The actual towns and Pioneers are allocated to your team randomly between and including your selected start and finish towns so your team may not be allocated towns you may wish or expect to visit. This adds to the fun and surprises and may take you to beautiful historic towns you never thought of visiting before.
However, if you want to visit one particular town on your Challenge, ensure your start and finish towns have a spread of only three towns including the town you want. This tip is also useful if you have two teams wanting to be allocated the same towns.
You will be given three pioneer names in each of your allocated three towns. Photograph the headstones, write what you know about the Pioneer, and upload these to the Pioneer Challenge website
Photograph something in the town, complete the quiz and write what you like about the town. Upload these too.
The entry fee and donations will be used by the Rotary Club of Matilda Bay for the creation of the expanded KEMH Memorial Garden.
Prizes will be awarded monthly during the year, with a grand prize at the end of the competition.